A fundraising resource for our peer-to-peer fundraisers.
In October 2016, Operation Broken Silence launched the Heart of Nuba Campaign, an online fundraising movement focused on supporting Mother of Mercy Hospital in the war-torn Nuba Mountains of Sudan. This is a brief update about Dr. Tom, the hospital, and your progress so far.
You saw the war through their eyes in Lost Generation of Sudan. This is where the rubber meets the road.
A brief overview of steps you can take to reach your fundraising goal before your deadline.
Your online fundraising page is your most powerful fundraising tool. In this fundraising resource, we provide you with some tips to help you make your fundraising page an amazing experience for your donors!
Sometimes fundraising doesn't go exactly as planned. Believe it or not, that's normal. Here's a few answers.
One of the most common issues fundraising team leaders run into is having a handful of fundraisers who start fundraising pages and then don't fundraise. In this fundraising resource, we provide some guidance on how to best overcome this issue.
When and how to use social media in your fundraising strategy.
Tired of fundraising by yourself? Here are some tips to help build up a team of fundraisers!
You've probably seen some of our fundraisers with some amazing looking videos and incredible amounts of money raised. Here's how you can get the same thing.
One of the fastest ways to blow your fundraising goal out of the water is to match donations made to your campaign or find a donor to do it for you. Here's how it works.
If you fundraise for our lifesaving programs each year, here are some tips to build upon your previous successes and save you time.
We need your help to make sure that we reach $30,000 raised on the #Storytellers Campaign by March 1! Here's how you can join.
On January 5, 2016 we launched our big campaign of 2016: #Storytellers. Here's 5 reasons you should join it.
In 2016, Operation Broken Silence will create it's fourth documentary film on Sudan. Our previous documentary films have introduced over 500,000 people to the crisis in Sudan and, more importantly, the amazing people living through it. Filmmaking and creative storytelling is at the heart of what we do and has played a major role in growing our movement for peace and justice in Sudan, as well as our on-the-ground programs.
This play is a theatrical look back at the events that led to the Darfur Genocide, an interrogation of the inaction of the present, and a call to action regarding the future of Sudan. Featuring scenes right out of history, it will help teach those who are unfamiliar with the tragedy as well as reinvigorate those who know it all too well.
The makers of the Darfur Compromised are partnering with Operation Broken Silence to tour the play and raise money to fully fund one of our classrooms. You can help do both by contributing to the Indiegogo campaign today: indiegogo.com/projects/send-the-darfur-compromised-abroad#/
Did you know that you can make a gift to our work and let a friend or family member know as well? You can! Introducing donation e-cards!
We're pretty different from most other nonprofits that focus on Sudan. We have lots of good reasons to be. Here's a few.
Last night we crossed another big fundraising milestone thanks to your hard work!
For a limited time we are offering 50% off of our annual 5K fundraising event's registration. Take advantage of this deal before it expires!
We wanted to learn more about why our supporters believe giving is so powerful and why they chose us as the beneficiary of their generosity. Here's what they had to say.
Chris Ward is on a mission to raise $150,000 for our emergency relief efforts in the Nuba Mountaisn of Sudan. This is his story.